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View Poll Results: What is the size of your boat?
25 feet or under 241 24.15%
26-35 feet 481 48.20%
36-47 feet 243 24.35%
Greater than 47 feet 33 3.31%
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Sabre 34 MkI paid for and thoroughly enjoyed. She had the advantage of loving PO's and the same for her CO's. Rhythm sails out of Rock Hall, MD.
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Islander 28 given a new lease on life. A long period of dry storage and a PO who didn't understand the A-four resulted in my buying it for salvage. All sails almost new and rigging is fine. A rebuilt Moyer A-4 with FW cooling and we have enjoyed a summer's sailing with more to come. Everything is original except for the new Lavac head and a foot pump. It is a well built and very responsive boat. Fun and easy to control in a stiff breeze here along the Maine coast. Tundra Down sails out of Seal Harbor, Maine.
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sixteen ft nine inches
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Mason 44, actually 43 feet, nine inches.
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40 feet of Fun-- great combination of racer/cruiser! (and it's paid for!)
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34' 3"
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35 ft 2" at time of purchase....now with davits and a small barb- b- q/....39 ft
C&C35 MKIII k/c...quick...comfortable....stable. Our second home and refuge from the world. We sail out of Rock Creek at the end of the Patapsco.

After 15 years will sell her to move up. Looking at Hans Christian, Slocolm, Saga, Valiant, Tayana, Bristol, or 42 Sabre (hard for me to not have a performance boat after the C&C)

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26 feet & paid fpor & proven in 10 years of cruising with the family.

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